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Old 01-23-2018, 11:10 PM   #101
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Re: Let's play name that part, bolt, harness, screw....

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Here's one for ya, it has nothing to do with the radio knob I just used it for size reference.
Hmmm. Honestly no idea....brake related for 67-68?
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Old 01-24-2018, 12:06 AM   #102
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Here's one for ya, it has nothing to do with the radio knob I just used it for size reference.
Yet, another brain stumper for me. I'm leaning towards an e-brake cable part, but I honestly have no clue.
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Old 01-24-2018, 01:56 AM   #103
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DeadheadNM & Curtb1971, sorry but neither of you are even close. It's part of a fairly uncommon option.
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Old 01-24-2018, 02:57 AM   #104
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DeadheadNM & Curtb1971, sorry but neither of you are even close. It's part of a fairly uncommon option.
because Itís an uncommon option I would guess cruise control part.
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Old 01-24-2018, 12:41 PM   #105
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I don't recall ever seeing one.
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Old 01-24-2018, 12:51 PM   #106
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Throttle arm?
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Old 01-24-2018, 01:08 PM   #107
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DeadheadNM & Curtb1971, sorry but neither of you are even close. It's part of a fairly uncommon option.
Carb mount for manual throttle
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Old 01-24-2018, 04:36 PM   #108
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Ding, ding, ding!! WINNER WINNER leddzepp got it. The bracket that attaches to throttle arm for 67-70 manual throttle.
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Old 01-24-2018, 08:42 PM   #109
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Good job Zep, Iron too. Looked like potential throttle, but I've never seen one.

According to my mostly unmolested 71 C-10, 2WD, these were used to mount two items:

Over the top trivial probably. At a second glance, I had these bolts on three parts. There's another version of the same bolt stamped with a circle.
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Old 01-25-2018, 09:28 PM   #110
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Thanks a bunch Curt. Those measurements are perfect. I found some ferrules on Ebay, shown for old Corvettes. They appear to be the same and weren't expensive. The guy says the ID are 3/16ish (e.g., #10). I'll update if it turns out they're a match.
Well, looks like there are replacements for the rear bezel ferrules. Per my digital there are slight variances (see below) from what Curt shows, but the replacements will do the trick. I tried them on my Super, and the only issue is they're a pinch too long. Sand the length down and good to go. Can't say what the material is, but they look like what Curt's showing, and I doubt they're plated.

Screw size: #10
Flange: 0.397 (Curt shows 0.287)
Sleeve OD: 0.233 (Curt shows 0.226)
Length: 0.274 (Curt shows 0.196)


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Old 01-25-2018, 09:36 PM   #111
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Any idea what these ac brackets fit? Early small block? Aftermarket? Pulley is larger than usual as well. Iím pretty sure it came off a 67-72
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Old 01-28-2018, 03:30 PM   #112
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Good job Zep, Iron too. Looked like potential throttle, but I've never seen one.

According to my mostly unmolested 71 C-10, 2WD, these were used to mount two items:



Over the top trivial probably. At a second glance, I had these bolts on three parts. There's another version of the same bolt stamped with a circle.

No takers on that L8 bolt I see. Well, how about this washer?
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Old 02-07-2018, 08:19 PM   #113
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No takers on the L8 bolt and flat sides washers I see. So I'll give it away for edge-u-cationals. These come off a 71 C-10.

The L8 bolts mount the steering box. They also mount the upper control arm support to the wall of the frame, which screw into the fixed square nuts on the support..............I also found one for the upper control arm to frame. In that case GM was using up bolts, I ended up with three types.

The flat sides washers are used to mount the engine crossmember to the bottom of the frame. Two are used for each bolt (=12). On a side, I was surprised to see the application didn't have lock washers or lock nuts. Just plain regular nuts. I checked the assembly manual to confirm, but came up empty. Probably missing it.


Perhaps some takers on this stud. Can't speak for prior to 1971, but I can say the 72 BBC doesn't use one (hint)
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Old 02-07-2018, 08:29 PM   #114
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That stud is used for the heat shield mounting on the driver exhaust manifold, also used for mounting a small block AC bracket to the other exhaust manifold.
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Old 02-07-2018, 08:43 PM   #115
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That stud is used for the heat shield mounting on the driver exhaust manifold, also used for mounting a small block AC bracket to the other exhaust manifold.
Possible but I don't believe so. At least not for a BBC. The studs you're referring to are 3/8" on both sides for BBC, and the nuts aren't flared. Not on mine anyway. The exhaust manifold studs on my 402 were placed into the front bolt hole of each manifold. One for A/C, the other for the upper power steering bracket.....................Could be variances, and I can't speak for SBC. Can't speak for a heat shield either. Spark plug?


Edit, I might be wrong about 3/8 both sides........Pending.....Edit again, confirmed, 3/8" both sides. Another clue, the stud in post 113 was not on the exhaust manifold.
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Okie Dokie, I'll give another one away. The stud goes to the front hole in the intake manifold on the LH side for the top alternator bracket on a 71 BBC. I assume prior years as well, but the 72 uses a different set-up.
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Good job Zep, Iron too. Looked like potential throttle, but I've never seen one.

According to my mostly unmolested 71 C-10, 2WD, these were used to mount two items:

Over the top trivial probably. At a second glance, I had these bolts on three parts. There's another version of the same bolt stamped with a circle.
Pulled a front bumper of a unmolested 72 the other day and it had L8 bolts that attached the bumper brackets to the frame. Is this where your had the third option?
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Here's a fun one. Name that part!
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Here's a fun one. Name that part!
7/16 - 20 fine thread bolt used for 67 seat belts. Also used for shoulder belts all years 67-72

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7/16 - 20 fine thread bolt used for 67 seat belts. Also used for shoulder belts all years 67-72

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Dang leddzepp! Knocked that one out of the park
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Nice work Scott. Good to know these are correct for shoulder belts also.
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Anyone recognize these? There are two different size screws shown.
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Larger ones with shoulder are door lock to door screws.
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How about these two pieces?

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Anyone recognize these? There are two different size screws shown.
Are the small ones are for wiper transmission to inner cowl?
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